Shania Twain’s Top 10 Greatest Hits


90s superstar Shania Twain announced her final tour this week, leaving country fans a little nostalgic for her catchy singles.

For country music, the 90s were dominated by the sassy melodies, soaring vocals and spunky music videos of the one and only Shania Twain. In honor of Shania’s final tour, which she announced earlier this week, here are her 10 best hits.

 10. “I’m Gonna Getcha Good!”

When this song debuted in 2002 at No. 24 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart, it was the highest debut ever for a solo female artist. Shania chose “I’m Gonna Getcha Good!” as the first single from her album Up!

Favorite lyric: “You can betcha by the time I say go, you’ll never say no”

9. “The Woman in Me (Needs the Man in You)”

This sentimental song about a strong woman relying on her man for support was Shania’s third Top 20 hit on country radio. The verses showcase her voice’s sultry quality, while she shows off her voice’s full power in the chorus.

Favorite lyric: “When the world wants too much/And it feels cold and out of touch/It’s a beautiful place/When you kiss my face”

8. “(If You’re Not in It for Love) I’m Outta Here!”

This song perfectly captures the thoughts of everyone who’s ever heard a cheesy pickup line . The track ends with the sound of high heels clicking down a hallway, followed by a slamming door, solidifying the song’s place as an anthem for independent women.

Favorite lyric: “It’s the same old line/Oh every time/Are you here alone?/Can I take you home?”

 7. “Forever and for Always”

In 2004, “Forever and for Always” was nominated for two Grammy Awards: Best Country Song and Best Country Female Vocal Performance. Though it lost in both categories, Shania and her co-writer Mutt Lange were recognized with the Song of the Year Award at the BMI Country Songwriter Awards.

Favorite lyric: “In your eyes, I can see/The look of the one who really loves me”

 6. “Any Man of Mine”

This song’s “stomp-stomp-clap” rhythm is undeniably catchy, so it’s understandable that “Any Man of Mine” was Shania’s first crossover hit. The song hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart and No. 31 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Favorite lyric: “He’s gotta be a heartbeatin’ fine treatin’/Breathtakin’ earthquakin’ kind/Any man of mine”

 5. “You’re Still the One”

This romantic single affirms a woman’s commitment to the love of her life against all odds, and the simple message resonated with country and mainstream audiences everywhere. VH1 listed “You’re Still the One” as No. 46 on their “100 Greatest Songs of the 90s.”

Favorite lyric: “They said, ‘I bet/They’ll never make it’/But just look at us holding on/We’re still going strong.”

 4. “That Don’t Impress Me Much”

By the time this song was released in 1997, audiences were used to the high standards Shania set for the men in her songs, and no song lays those standards out quite like “That Don’t Impress Me Much.” She turns down men with nice cars, rocket scientists and even Brad Pitt throughout the course of the song.

Favorite lyric: “I can’t believe you kiss your car good night/C’mon baby, tell me—you must be joking, right?”

  3. “From This Moment On”

Shania’s duet with country singer Bryan Adams quickly became a favorite “first dance” song for newlyweds when it was released in 1998. It reached No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 1 on the Adult Contemporary and Country Songs charts.

Favorite lyric: “All we need is just the two of us/My dreams came true because of you”

 2. “Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?”

This sassy song was the first single from Shania’s album The Woman in Me, immediately endearing her to country fans everywhere. It was also the first of Shania’s songs to be certified gold for selling 500,000 copies.

Favorite lyric: “So next time you’re lonely/Don’t call on me/Try the operator/Maybe she’ll be free”

1. “Man! I Feel Like a Woman”

It’s impossible to listen to this incredibly fun song without adding a little strut to your step. The girl-power message and rocking guitar riffs made it an instant radio success. In addition to its popular appeal, the song also won Shania a Grammy for Best Country Female Vocal Performance in 2000.

Favorite lyric: “Go totally crazy, forget I’m a lady/Men’s shirts, short skirts/Oh, oh, oh, really go wild/Yeah, doin’ it in style”

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